Hurstbridge Rail Line upgrade




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Hurstbridge Rail Line upgrade
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STATUS: Recently closed
VALUE: $395M AUD
SECTOR: Rail
JURISDICTION: VIC
PROCUREMENT APPROACH: Traditional procurement
TYPE: Greenfield

The Victorian Government's circa $6.9 billion Level Crossing Removal project will see the removal of 50 of Melbourne's most dangerous and congested level crossings by 2022, with at least 20 of these removed by 2018. The project has been divided into a number of packages across the city.

This package of works will include:

- the duplication of the 1.2 kilometre line between Heidelberg and Rosanna;
- the duplication of the Burgundy Street bridge and the Darebin Street tunnel;
- a new Rosanna Station; and
- removal of level crossings at Grange Road and Lower Plently Road

The construction contract was awarded to an alliance comprised of Laing O'Rourke, Fulton Hogan and Jacobs in February 2017. Work commenced in March 2017, with completion scheduled for 2019.


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